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A modern geometric representation of traditional dish ingredients from my home country Syria. It is called "Okra with Cilantro" and it is served with rice. The ingredients written in Arabic are: okra, meet, tomato sauce, oil, tomatoes, cilantro, garlic, salt & peper and lemon.
“Super food entry” Burgers are delicious but even better if you cook them with super food ingredients like sweet potato, black beans and brown rice. You can then add tomato, lettuce or kale, avocado and your favourite sauce to make it full of flavour. As side you can bake some potato wedges to complete a healthy meal.
Zongzi (粽子) is a traditional Chinese rice dish made of glutinous rice stuffed with different fillings and wrapped in bamboo leaves, generally of the species Indocalamus tessellatus, sometimes, with reed leaves, or other large flat leaves. They are cooked by steaming or boiling. In the Western world, they are also known as rice dumplings or sticky rice dumplings.
Tteok-Bokki(a.k.a. Spicy Korean Rice Cakes) is my favorite food in the world! It's a popular Korean dish that is usually seen as a casual eat. There are variations of Tteok-Bokki that uses a different sauce base, and what goes in it depends on the cook. However, use this recipe to make the most common type of Tteok-bokki. Enjoy!
*Illustration created for Rebecca Bradley's Illustrating the Edible at Maryland Institute College of Art*
Locrio De Pollo, or Dominican Chicken and Rice, is a dish that my mother and her side of the family always make whenever people come to visit. Not only is it a staple for traditional Dominican families, especially during the holidays, but it's certainly a staple for us because when we see that huge metal pot on the stove that means family and full bellies. Even though I have it all the time, I still love it a much as the very first time my grandmother made it for me (but that's also because I can never get it exactly like hers so).
This illustration was created for Rebecca Bradley's (2019) Illustrating the Edible class at MICA.